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Got another one. At DroidRzr.com, a site dedicated to a community of users and enthusiasts for Android phones, I'm having similar issues to the one I reported in Specifically, if I am i a thread and go to reply using the quick reply option, everything works. But as soon as I click More options, MB3 (in Firefox only) throws up the block website in the URL, and I have to hit back. If I hit More Options again, I get to hte advanced reply screen, but then when trying to preview the post or when trying to add an attachment, upon clicking either button it brings me to the block page again, and I have to hit back and then try again. With the add attachment it is particularly disconcerting because it took me 6 tries before it finally didn't block my attempt to add an attachment and I was able to complete my post. Additionally, since there is no popup from the tray application, there are no reports either. I just tried it again and now every single time I am hitting the More options button it is throwing up the block page (https://block.malwarebytes.com/) instead of taking me to the advanced reply screen. FWIW, I am running Windows 10 x64 Pro Insider build 17063 and have MB3 licensed and running alongside Defender (with exclusions in both programs for the other as mentioned in a post by Porthos / Exile360 (don't remember who, will look it up and edit when I find it). Below is the screenshot of the More options button I am referring to - as with any forum, it requires you to log in to view content as well as post, so if you need any more info from me, please let me know.
OK, MB just started blocking TabMixPLus DOT org, a site that is devoted to the XUL-based Firefox addon Tab Mix Plus (aka TMP). Odd thing is that it is intermittent - I've only seen one popup from the tray application, but in Firefox I am continually being redirected to https://block.malwarebytes.com/ when I attempt to access the forums there. What gives? IP range, or some other issue? I've added it as an exclusion, but this site has never been blocked (not in recent memory, anyway).